Subject: Re: SCSI CD-ROMs
From: Christopher E. Brown (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Aug 19 2002 - 11:52:58 AKDT
On Mon, 19 Aug 2002, Arthur Corliss wrote:
> I've got some SCSI CD-ROMs available, if anyone wants to grab them before I
> trash them. I've got the following:
> Teac CD-56S (6x)
> NEC CDR-210 (2x)
> Pioneer DR-US124X (4x)
> Apple 600i (4x)
> and probably a few others. These are all tray units, not caddies. They don't
> seem to work well with my IRIX boxes, but perhaps you can get them working
> with Intel or what have you. If I get some free time, perhaps I'll test them
> with my UltraSparc.
What generation SGI hardware? All but some *very* recent SGI/IRIX
systems require 512byte block mode support, and older systems
(including many early Indigo2s) *must* have the drive hard configured
by jumper (or hard set in firmware) for 512byte blocks. Later I2s and
whatnot will automagicly set a drive to 512 byte block model at boot
via SCSI command (Any SCSI PleXtor, most SCSI Sony, any SCSI toshiba
with *Nix firmware).
Most Sun hardware (including many UltraAXi and AXMP platforms)
requires it to be set by jumper (some openboot proms will set via SCSI
-- I route, therefore you are.
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